Audio processor recommendation for megaphone project

Hi,

We are working on a low-power battery-operated megaphone/bullhorn project (purpose is to amplify a user's voice). 

In terms of the audio flow, the user's voice will first be captured by 1 - 2 digital MEMS microphones.  Next, we'll conduct the audio processing necessary to isolate and clarify the user's voice and eliminate feedback and echo.  Specifically, during this audio processing stage, we are considering implementing low-latency noise reduction and acoustic echo cancellation, as well as voice detection.  After processing, the audio will flow to a class D mono amplifier and then finally to the speaker.  

Is there SigmaDSP-compatible audio processor or CODEC that you would recommend for such a use case?

Thanks,
Michael

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jul 7, 2020 12:07 AM

    Hello Michael,

    Look into the ADAU1787. It matches most of what you are looking for. The processor is limited in MIPS but the size, low power, and the dual DSP cores for very low latency will fit this application well. I will also alert some of our other application engineers who may want to comment. 

    We also have some mono class D amps that may be interesting for you. 

    Dave T

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jul 7, 2020 12:07 AM

    Hello Michael,

    Look into the ADAU1787. It matches most of what you are looking for. The processor is limited in MIPS but the size, low power, and the dual DSP cores for very low latency will fit this application well. I will also alert some of our other application engineers who may want to comment. 

    We also have some mono class D amps that may be interesting for you. 

    Dave T

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